BES head approves visa plan but worries over effect

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Simon Naitram

President of the Barbados Economic Society (BES) Simon Naitram has described Government’s 12-Month Barbados Welcome Stamp initiative as a step in the right direction. But he raised concern that it was too restrictive and would not create much trickle-down effect. “I do think it is a good first step. I think it is a step […]

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Uphold people with special needs, urges advocate, mother

People with special needs are being treated as second class citizens and denied their human rights, a disability community advocate has declared, as she urged Government to put support systems in place. President of the Barbados Down Syndrome Association Asha Alleyne-Renwick suggested that people with disabilities are not being afforded […]

BES head approves visa plan but worries over effect

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Simon Naitram

President of the Barbados Economic Society (BES) Simon Naitram has described Government’s 12-Month Barbados Welcome Stamp initiative as a step in the right direction. But he raised concern that it was too restrictive and would not create much trickle-down effect. “I do think it is a good first step. I think it is a step […]

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Uphold people with special needs, urges advocate, mother

People with special needs are being treated as second class citizens and denied their human rights, a disability community advocate has declared, as she urged Government to put support systems in place. President of the Barbados Down Syndrome Association Asha Alleyne-Renwick suggested that people with disabilities are not being afforded […]

BES head approves visa plan but worries over effect

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Simon Naitram

President of the Barbados Economic Society (BES) Simon Naitram has described Government’s 12-Month Barbados Welcome Stamp initiative as a step in the right direction. But he raised concern that it was too restrictive and would not create much trickle-down effect. “I do think it is a good first step. I think it is a step […]

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Uphold people with special needs, urges advocate, mother

People with special needs are being treated as second class citizens and denied their human rights, a disability community advocate has declared, as she urged Government to put support systems in place. President of the Barbados Down Syndrome Association Asha Alleyne-Renwick suggested that people with disabilities are not being afforded […]

BES head approves visa plan but worries over effect

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Simon Naitram

President of the Barbados Economic Society (BES) Simon Naitram has described Government’s 12-Month Barbados Welcome Stamp initiative as a step in the right direction. But he raised concern that it was too restrictive and would not create much trickle-down effect. “I do think it is a good first step. I think it is a step […]

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Uphold people with special needs, urges advocate, mother

People with special needs are being treated as second class citizens and denied their human rights, a disability community advocate has declared, as she urged Government to put support systems in place. President of the Barbados Down Syndrome Association Asha Alleyne-Renwick suggested that people with disabilities are not being afforded […]

BES head approves visa plan but worries over effect

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Simon Naitram

President of the Barbados Economic Society (BES) Simon Naitram has described Government’s 12-Month Barbados Welcome Stamp initiative as a step in the right direction. But he raised concern that it was too restrictive and would not create much trickle-down effect. “I do think it is a good first step. I think it is a step […]

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Uphold people with special needs, urges advocate, mother

People with special needs are being treated as second class citizens and denied their human rights, a disability community advocate has declared, as she urged Government to put support systems in place. President of the Barbados Down Syndrome Association Asha Alleyne-Renwick suggested that people with disabilities are not being afforded […]